Despite being a Christian for almost three years, Livi Starling is convinced she’s missing something. Surely the life of a radical believer ought to be a little less ordinary? Where’s all the power the Early Church seemed to walk in? Where are the miracles? The healings? And didn’t Jesus say something about casting out demons?
Desperate for the fire of God to fall, Livi starts up revival meetings in her bedroom. To her dismay, not everybody is impressed with her pursuit of more; her youth leaders are less than thrilled to hear her talking about demons and even Ruby grows tired of their fruitless attempts to heal the sick. To add insult to injury, whilst Livi is busting a gut to see results, Annie is having great success without even asking for it!
As Livi discovers, the road to revival is painfully narrow and it takes more than hunger to start one. If she really wants to see God’s Kingdom come, then love must win over power or pride for it’s truly the pure in heart who will see God